After a whole year of featuring some of Montana's best and brightest high school students, Baylee Herman of Simms has been named the 2020-21 Mattress Firm Student of the Year.
Miles City's Laurel Bartos is as busy as they come as part of the dance team and student government while also making it a priority to donate her time to coaching Special Olympics athletes.
Lewistown's Sean Kunau excels within BPA (Business Professionals of America) while also using that involvement to make sure he is giving back to his community.
Whether it’s competing for Butte High School’s Track & Field program, or performing in recitals and talent shows, senior, Taryn Stratton has an endless resume.
After three years of competing at the national level in track and field at Big Sky High School, Sabryn Knight started all over by transferring to Missoula Sentinel. Mohammad Ahmad explores how she grew by running through hurdles after the big switch.
Being a three-sport athlete is an accomplishment in itself, but add in a perfect ACT score and a National Merit Award Finalist and you get one of the top student-athletes in the state.
Even during this tough time, students from around the Treasure State are continuing to help out their communities. Take Jaymee Sheridan for example, she is setting up virtual events for the Special Olympics.
Three Forks's senior, Allyson Kamps, has embraced every opportunity to improve herself over the past four years of high school, especially after surviving a severe car accident during her sophomore year.
Missoula Hellgate's Lily Miller works hard to make a positive impact on the world while also working hard on the ice as one of only two girls that play on the Missoula Bruins JV hockey team.
The Billings West Girls Basketball team has a holiday tradition of delivering teddy bears to the children's hospital at St. Vincent. However, due the COVID-19 pandemic the girls were unable to follow through with their plan which caused junior Ryan Dolan to come up with a new idea.
GREAT FALLS- Along with juggling cheerleading, singing in the Delphian Choir, and school work, Madison Laverdure also has time to participate in the one thing she loves the most, and that's helping in her after school program.
Hailey Carpenter volunteers with the local American Legion Post in Helena assisting with their many events. During her Sophomore year she received recognition for volunteering over 100 hours at the Fort Harrison VA. She volunteered for this years socially distanced Princess Tea Party with He…
While Gallatin High is a brand new school in town, junior Gabe Ryles has quickly made an impact playing for the Raptors and helping Special Ed students in P.E. class.